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Re: Taking it all in gardenergirl

Posted by Shortelise on April 19, 2005, at 11:29:34

In reply to Taking it all in, posted by gardenergirl on April 18, 2005, at 23:59:34

Hi GG,

You could write down concrete examples of what you describe. The old: when I said this, you said this, thing.

Isn't fighting it out part of the process? I always found it caused me to want to sob loud and long, really howl, so I could rarely do it except through clenced teeth. And I wrote a few letters.

What I wonder about is what is going on when we see changes in our T's. Who is changing? us or them? Both? Are they changing for a reason? Are they trying to provoke us in some way, shove us into change?

GG, I am so sorry you are depressed. I don't know what could be going on in your life that could be causing it, if it's chemical or circumstantial, if it's because of where you are in therapy, or the change of seasons, but I do know that whatever the reason, depression stinks. But depression is not a personal failure. It's important for me to remember that.

Many hugs to you, gg. And there is no need whatsoever to respond to this. Just take care of you.





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